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Life Cycles Web Quest

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Life Cycles Web Quest
You will be assigned to 1 of 4 groups. There will be four members per group and each member is a researcher. Each member of the group will be assigned to an animal. Your job is to learn all there is to learn about that animals life cycle. You will use the internet sources below to find the information about the animals. Individually you will:
Answer all questions about your animals life cycle
Write a summary of your personal findings
Task
Animals to Research:
Clownfish
Angler Fish
Swordfish
Catfish
Fish
Reptiles
Animals to Research:
Rhinoceros
Otter
Giraffe
Zebra


Mammals
Questions to Answer:
1.) How many stages are in your animals life cycle?
2.) What are the stages?
3.) How long does the cycle take?
4.) One interesting fact about your animal.
Animals to Research:
Parrot
Finch
Eagle
Chicken
Birds
Questions to Answer:
1.) How many stages are in your animals life cycle?
2.) What are the stages?
3.) How long does the cycle take?
4.) One interesting fact about your animal.
Introduction
Groups
Congratulations!
You are all now experts on animals and their life cycles! You know and can explain the life cycles of mammals, reptiles, fish, and birds: specifically otters, zebras, clownfish, swordfish, snakes, crocodiles, parrots, eagles, and more!

Great Job!

If you are interested in discovering more about these animals you can visit the following website:

http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/
http://www.kidskonnect.com/subjectindex/15-educational/science/87-life-cycles.html
http://www.kidzone.ws/animals/lifecycle.htm
Credits & Teacher Page
Process
Evaluation
Conclusion
Find your research from the websites below:
Animals to Research:
Snake (Rattle Snake)
Alligator
Sea Turtle
Iguana
At the end of the WebQuest, the group will come together and compare findings. Together, as a group, you will:
Compare research
Create a poster of the information
Present it to the class

Find your research from the websites below:
Questions to Answer:
1.) How many stages are in your animals life cycle?
2.) What are the stages?
3.) How long does the cycle take?
4.) One interesting fact about your animal.
Find your research from the websites below:
Questions to Answer:
1.) How many stages are in your animals life cycle?
2.) What are the stages?
3.) How long does the cycle take?
4.) One interesting fact about your animal.
Find your research from the websites below:
http://www.seeturtles.org/1402/life-cycle.html
http://animals.pawnation.com/life-stages-alligator-2348.html
http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/iguana.htm
http://www.webearthonline.com/info/rattlesnake.html
Do your individual work first!
Hello little scientist!
Your job is to study and create a poster on the life cycles of the animals listed in your classification, which will either be
mammals, reptiles, fish, or birds
. We will study the life cycle of many different animals like zebras, clownfish, snakes, and parrots. So let’s begin!
http://www.zooatlanta.org/home/animals/
mammals/zebra#ff_s=rLcm3

http://www.zooatlanta.org/home/animals/
mammals/otter#ff_s=rLcm3

http://www.zooatlanta.org/home/animals/mammals/black_rhinoceros#ff_s=rLcm3

http://www.zooatlanta.org/home/animals/
mammals/giraffe#ff_s=rLcm3

This WebQuest was designed to give students the opportunity to expand their knowledge of different animals life cycles. Students will learn the life cycles of mammals, reptiles, fish, and birds. They will research several different animals in each classification including: otters, zebras, clown fish, swordfish, snakes, crocodiles, parrots, eagles, and many more! Students discover this by exploring new information through technology and discussion with their peers. They are actively engaged in their own work as well as in their group work. At the end of the task they present all of the information they gathered, and illustrate it in some way, to the class.
http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r6/learning/kids/?cid=fsbdev2_027478
The questions and individual summaries are evaluated on accuracy.

The presentations are evaluated on the following:
-Did you work cooperatively in your group?
-Do you have every part of the life cycle included in your poster?

http://www.arkive.org/swordfish/xiphias-gladius/
http://www.arkive.org/common-clownfish/amphiprion-ocellaris/
http://www.arkive.org:/anglerfish/lophius-piscatorius/
Best work
Good work
Completed, but not best work
No completion of work
You are now finished if:
You answered all the questions
Comleted your summary
Created Life Cycle Poster
http://willowridge.shs.k12.ny.us/WR_Teacher_Pages/sarnackij/Gr2%2520Life%2520Chicken
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/birds/printouts/Grayparrotprintout.shtml
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/birds/printouts/Goldfinch.shtml
http://www.exploringnature.org/db/detail.php?dbID=43&detID=860
Evaluate yourself &
goup members!
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